The Stellar Inflation Rate of of 1% is concerning the total lumens, which you can see here: https://dashboard.stellar.org
-> 100billion * 1.014 =104billion, so approx 4billion inflation lumens till now.
There are on the other hand only approx 20billion lumens available, which means 1/5 of al lumens.
-> That means that there is a relative inflation to all available lumens of over 5%.
- all transaction fees added to the inflation pool (e.g. 0.25%).
- not every lumen is in a pool with over 0.05% of all available lumens (right now 1billion or 1millionUS). Which means the relative payout to those with an inflation pool should be even higher.
I my case I get via lumenauts 1,25% at , which means 1% inflation rate on my lumens + the transaction costs in the inflation pool, which is right.
But who gets the rest of the 4billion - (20 billion x 0.01% x 4years= 800million) = 3,2billion lumens??
Thanks for your help!